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La Minaccia Gerry Mulligan CBS 70154, 1977
La Minaccia album cover

Alternatively titled La Menace in France, this album is probably baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan's only significant funk record. Probably driven partially by producer Don Elliott's input, Mulligan finds a streak of groove to add to his usual jazz style which results in a tense and very different style of funk underscore. The outstanding track on this album is the heavy duty downtempo mellow drum and bass funk of Introspect.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

Dance of the truck | Introspect | Watching and waiting | Trucking again | New wine | The trap | Theme from La Menace | Vines of Bordeaux | The house they'll never live in | Watching and waiting (reprise) | The pantomimist | Introspect (reprise) | Vines of Bordeaux (reprise) |

 

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